Why can’t you study opaque objects with a light microscope?

The light microscope is so named because it has a lamp that emits light that passes through the glass slide and contains a preparation (for example, a piece of onion skin, a smeared drop of blood or saliva). If we put an opaque object on the glass slide, we will simply see a black spot.

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